Oct. 24, 2011
-- Hypnotherapy is becoming an increasingly popular treatment for countless issues, such as typanophobia (phobia of needles). As the weather becomes cooler, flu season quickly approaches. This can be a difficult time of year for those who suffer from a phobia of needles. Many people avoid getting their flu shot because of their unmanageable fear, which ultimately causes an individual, and those around them, to suffer from the flu. Whether it’s from a previous traumatic experience where a needle caused great pain, or a learned phobia (e.g. hearing stories), fear of needles or trypanophobia (also occasionally referred to as aichmophobia, belonephobia, or enetophobia)
can be cured with hypnosis.
How Hypnosis Works
Hypnosis is a state of mind where critical thought is suspended and an uncritical acceptance of the hypnotist’s suggestions take place. The acceptance of suggestions has proven to help many people wishing to re-train their mind. Jason, a past client of The Morpheus Clinic for Hypnosis explained in a testimonial that “...two sessions really took away the massive fear I had of needles. When they gave me an IV, I was calm and I credit the hypnosis for that. I think just those two sessions really took away the massive fear I had of needles...”.
Our mind is divided into two parts: the conscious and subconscious. They both observe what happens in our daily lives to form our beliefs systems, which is what essentially creates our unnatural fears. Overcoming a fear of needles can also benefit those who want to give blood but can’t bare the thought of sitting still with a needle in their arm, as well as those who need IVs for procedures like Jason’s. Using deep relaxation techniques, the subconscious mind can be easily accessed, which enables the hypnotherapist to get to the root of the phobia. Using positive suggestions and more advanced techniques, fears and other issues can quickly be resolved.
Hypnotherapy is becoming increasingly more accepted in society as practices are expanding all over the world and the negative beliefs developed from movies and old wives-tales are being proven untrue. Hypnosis benefits countless people who suffer from phobias, as well as people who wish to quit smoking, lose weight, gain confidence, cure insomnia and much more.
ABOUT MORPHEUS HYPNOSIS: The Morpheus Clinic for Hypnosis is located in the heart of Downtown Toronto, Ontario at 15 Elm Street. We have been successfully helping people with phobias and many other issues. We are committed to taking an empirical approach to hypnotherapy and focusing on what gets clients real-world results. Our unique, results-based approach cuts through the mysticism surrounding hypnosis and sticks to the facts. With a 96% client satisfaction rate, Morpheus is confident that we can help clients re-train their brains to help each individual become who they want to be. More information on Morpheus Hypnosis is available at http://www.morpheusclinic.com/
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Toronto hypnotherapy centre offers training and hypnotherapy with a naturalistic, results-based focus.